|It's Not a Game|
|Studio album by|
|Released||May 31, 2005|
|Producer||The Platinum Brothers, Darren Vegas, Cashion Howse, Denzo, Self, Dave Stewart, Mauly T., Stew Deez & Thin C.|
|Layzie Bone chronology|
It's Not a Game is the second album released by Layzie Bone in 2005. The album peaked at number 15 on the Billboard Top Rap Albums chart,number 31 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, and number 96 on the Billboard 200.
Tracks two and nine had previously appeared on his 2001 release Thug by Nature .
|1||Intro: It's Not a Game||2:56|
|2||There They Go||Aaron Hall||4:01|
|4||Ain't No Waitin||Thin C.||3:50|
|5||Thug Nation||Krayzie Bone||4:23|
|6||I Don't Remember||Thick and Thin C.||4:02|
|9||Connectin' the Plots||WC||4:28|
|10||Skit - Choppin' Game||L. Burna||0:30|
|11||Way Too Many||Outlawz and Stew Deez||4:07|
|12||Thugged Out||Thin C. and DJ Dre Ghost||4:59|
|13||2 Step||Thin C.||4:03|
|14||She Came ta Party||Thin C. and DJ Dre Ghost||3:53|
|15||Do You Want Me||3:54|
|17||Smokin' on Information||M.T.F., Snoop Dogg and Joe Little||5:14|
|18||Run Game||Dogzilla and Stew Deez||4:16|
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